The Federal Appeals Lawyer You Need
Taking Your Disability Appeal to Federal Court
The disability itself, the doctor appointments, the initial application for SSD or SSI benefits, receiving the denial letter in the mail, the disappointment of that, all of the administrative appeal options — you’ve already been through a lot and still have not gotten the help you need.
What next? If you want to press on, the next appeal option you have is federal court.
Having an attorney who has experience with federal court appeals is essential to your chances for success at this level. My name is Michael G. Myers and I have dedicated my entire career to handling SSD and SSI claims, and appeals of denials. The bottom line? I know the federal court system and I can help you get the disability benefits you deserve. call or contact my law offices today.
What Happens in a Federal Court Disability Appeal?
In a federal appeal, there are three possible outcomes. The judge can award benefits. Your case could be sent back down to the Appeals Council or the ALJ level of the appeals process for a rehearing. Or, your claim could be denied yet again. If you do get denied by a district court judge, you could, in theory, take your case all the way to the Supreme Court. That said, if you lose in district court it is probably better to start all over with a new application.
All Disability, All the Time …
There Is No Fee Unless You Receive Benefits
As a lawyer, I handle federal court disability appeals for people throughout the central Indiana region. I encourage you to take advantage of my experience in the federal courts, and my knowledge of disability law by calling or contacting me for a free consultation today.